The useless Lamborghini Huracan

The useless Lamborghini Huracan


An abandoned Lamborghini Huracan in a “charged” version of the Performante was found in a parking lot in Ottawa, Canada. A photo of the supercar, covered in a thick layer of dust, appeared on the Supercar.Fails Instagram account: it shows that the car has spent more than one month without movement in a covered parking lot. Who is the owner of Lamborghini, and what prompted him to leave the 640-horsepower two-door for such a long time, is unknown.

For months (or even years), the Huracan, left in the parking lot without a cover, covered an even layer of dust. Caring passers-by have already begun to leave messages on the body: a heart appeared on the windshield, and a strange inscription “beauty, don’t touch my car” on the hood.

There is a plant next to the supercar that looks just as abandoned. Divorces are visible on the floor, which may indicate more serious troubles than a dusty body: perhaps the supercar is no longer running due to flooding.

Performante finished in matte red, contrasted by carbon fiber splitter, fender and side sills, as well as black mirror caps and five-spoke wheels.

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The Huracan Performante was introduced in 2017, and in 2020 it was replaced by an even hotter Huracan STO. Performante is equipped with a 5.2-liter engine with bronze manifolds and titanium valves, developing 640 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque. From standstill to 100 kilometers per hour, the supercar accelerates in 2.9 seconds, and reaches 200 kilometers per hour in 8.9 seconds.

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